Hasleo BitLocker Anywhere For Linux is the world's first and only Linux software which you can use it to decrypt BitLocker encrypted drives on Linux, with it you can easily decrypt BitLocker encrypted drive. Please note that you must have the correct access password or recovery key to decrypt the drive. Below we will show you how this is done.
Step 1. Download and extract Hasleo BitLocker Anywhere For Linux.
Step 2. Open a terminal as a non-root user, go to the bin subfolder under the extract folder, then execute the 'run.sh' script to start the program.
Step 3. Right-click the BitLocker encrypted drive you want to decrypt in main window, then click "Turn off BitLocker".
Step 4. Enter the password or recovery key, then click "Next".
Step 5. Hasleo BitLocker Anywhere For Linux will now decrypt the contents of the selected drive using BitLocker drive encryption. The decryption process could take a long time to finish depending on the size of the drive, so please be patient to wait. If you don't want to wait until the decryption operation is finished, "Shut down the computer when the operation is completed" option is a good idea. Just check it.
Step 6. After the decryption is complete, click the "Finish" button to return to the main window.
As described above, with the help of Hasleo BitLocker Anywhere For Linux you can decrypt a BitLocker encrypted drive in Linux in just a few simple steps. As a All-in-one BitLocker solution for Linux, you can also use Hasleo BitLocker Anywhere For Linux to encrypt drives with BitLocker in Linux, or read and write BitLocker encrypted drives in Linux.